Kat Mansell, a red-headed revolutionist, sage, elder, story-teller and believer in the truth confesses to being “still kind of Victorian!” She has been writing poetry and short stories for the best part of a quarter of a century. She has placed her gift for poignant and powerful spiritual story-telling in a collection titled Green Tea ‘n’ Oranges (revised 2020). Her written outpouring of love and wisdom has spanned 20 years. “My gift of wisdom has spanned many lifetimes, throughout Tea ‘n’ Oranges and a novelette Giants and Dinosaurs… both (revised 2020), penned between Botswana and Kommetjie.,” she says. “I was born an Old Soul!”
A Boy’s Journey

A Boy’s Journey

A young lad sat playing on a white sandy beach. It was strewn for miles with thickets of rolled out rusty barbed wire. And, during those days, cities were left as blackened smoking holes, or dismembered skeletons. The debris of fallen bombs left behind devastation and...

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